Main Article Content
Temperament, Psychological Defense Mechanisms, Reactive Formations, Negation, Substitution, Regression, Compensation
Purpose: The article presents the results of the study of the relationship between the type of temperament and the mechanisms of psychological protection used by a person.
Methodology: The study was conducted on the basis of the Belgorod State National Research University. The study involved students aged 18-20 years old in the amount of 300 people. The groups were formed taking into account the dominance of the type of temperament. Gr. #1 included respondents with a predominance of sanguine temperament; gr. #2 - phlegmatic; gr. #3 - choleric and gr. #4 - melancholic type.
Result: It is shown that there are differences in the severity of the mechanisms of psychological protection in individuals with different dominant temperament. It is revealed that emotionally stable persons with high indicators of strength and balance of nervous processes (sanguine and phlegmatic types) use more complex and ontogenetically later mechanisms of psychological protection.
Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of --- is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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